No, I've vaped for a decade. Anyone who knows how to make eliquid knows it does not contain lipids, it does not contain oil, it is water soluble. That study is correct, however only for vaping oil based liquids (THC). They're being less than genuine by not specifically stating that important bit of information. Nicotine vaping is NOT oil based. In fact regular nicotine vapes would not be capable of vaping such a liquid. This is why ceramic coils are used in THC cartridges. They're not the same thing.But the links to the studies I posted were not conducted by the CDC. The Mayo Clinic is not the CDC. And you can scroll to the bottom of the link in the most recent article that I linked to and also discover the affiliations of the authors - again, NOT the CDC.
You just don't give up, do you?
I don't give up because there is a purposely created misconception portrayed to the public that will result in more deaths related to inhaling THC oils (majority black market); more deaths due to vapers being scared back to smoking, and smokers continuing to smoke. It's about the truth. People have died and continue to die because of this.